After hitting rock bottom, a desperate and lonely woman escapes into the comfort of her fantasy world.
I'm a "kept woman" (read, stay at home mom), trying to make a living writing before I'm forced to cut my hair and get a real job. Keep your fingers crossed! I love, love, love movies, but as I don't think I'll...
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I'm a "kept woman" (read, stay at home mom), trying to make a living writing before I'm forced to cut my hair and get a real job. Keep your fingers crossed! I love, love, love movies, but as I don't think I'll have a shot in hell at selling one while living in cow town, I'm sticking to fiction and I'll adapt it myself!
Reviews by Erin Reidy 17
A review of The Life of Maryamby Erin Reidy on 08/05/2009Wow. What a powerful piece. I'm at a loss on how to review it. So I think I'll start out by thanking you for the privilege of letting me into the life of this courageous woman. It was an honor to read. Then I'm going to treat it like any other story subject out there. While I was reading this, I was reminded of "A Thousand Splendid Suns", by Khaled Hosseini. I think... read
A review of The Wrath of the Mahoganyby Erin Reidy on 08/05/2009Well, this certainly starts off with a bang. I like the level of conflict that's introduced at the start. It sucks the reader in immediately. There are a few spelling and grammar mistakes littered throughout, which took me out of the story. Please do another reread to find these. There was so much in the beginning about the pedophile, that when the story wasn't about... read
A review of THE RAMBLINGS OF AN ODD MANby Erin Reidy on 07/26/2009I really enjoyed the story you have here. The tone was consistent throughout, and enjoyable. There are a few errors in spelling and punctuation, I suggest you go through and proof read one more time. "The Ramblings of an Odd Man", puts a very unique spin on your typical hard-boiled detective genre. While the ending wasn't very surprising, it was nonetheless enjoyable... read